The Marshall AS50R Acoustic Amp has 2 channels (one for an acoustic instrument, the other for a mic/auxiliary). Features chorus, reverb, anti-feedback section including both a phase switch and notch f... Click To Read More About This Product
The Marshall AS50R Acoustic Amp has 2 channels (one for an acoustic instrument, the other for a mic/auxiliary). Features chorus, reverb, anti-feedback section including both a phase switch and notch filter, parallel effects loop, line out, and DI outputs. Chorus can be assigned to either or both channels.
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This amp sounds great! I was aiming for a Fender amp, but when those were sold out, I started playing around with some of the others. This Marshall blew me away. The tone is warm and even. The vocal channel is just as useful, both for live playing and in my home studio. A well-rounded piece of equipment, and I'm so glad I stumbled upon it!
What a great acoustic amp! I play guitar in my church worship team and am very pleased with the fx without any footpedals. Super clear sound. Adding footpedals just made it get better. My church owned one and I just bought another for home! There is a buzzing sound which is somewhat annoying when the cable is plugged in and volume is up, but when you start playing you forget about it!
I had originally purchased the Fender Acoustisonic along with my new Martin 000C-16RGTE AURA. I thought some playing around with the EQ would let my new AURA sing...wrong. I was never pleased with the sound, it was just too brittle and dead, much like my Tweed blues jr. I also returned :(. Well, less than 2 minutes after plugging into the Marshall, I was sold. The sound this amp makes is amazing. It literally and honestly "amplifies" the acoustic. Yeah, that sounds so duh, but the Fender NEVER did this accuratly. The Marshall sounds DEAD-ON to the tone of my Martin, just louder. The reverb & chorus are a good combo, but it would be cool to add a couple effects that the Fender had. But hey, hook up a couple pedals and your there. Overall, I should have gotten the Marshall first. Just plug in, you'll hear the difference.
This is a good amp for the price. We use it in a small church for our acoustic guitar player. The features are adequate for what we need as we are not trying to be fancy. We just wanted a clear and sharp acoustic sound. We got it. The only thing we have found is it does have some buzz to it when we get too loud. The feedback control has not been able to handle eliminating this problem.
I have had many amps over the years for my acoustics, but this is by far the best I've ever used. Beautiful sound. I highly recommend it.